About Coach

Raman Chandra

Raman played extensively in India Junior Nationals (9 – 18 years age). After resuming Table tennis professionally, he represented NSW in Perth Nationals and closed at No 3 in Australia basis order of merit in his age category in 2017 and now preparing for World Masters 2018. After getting NSW coaching certificate and delivering coaching to 15+ students at their home. With growing numbers, it is the time to consolidate and give structure to his coaching. Sweeping all the possible 2017 Table Tennis trophies in Western Districts further added the urge of sharing his skills with passionate sports lovers.

Recognition

National Silver medal Perth 2017

Silver medalist in Australia Nationals in team championship representing NSW (Over 30) October 2017

Australia Order of Merit

Number 3 in order of merit (Individual men’s singles performance) across Australia (Over 30)

NSW Coaching Certificate

Raman possesses NSW Tops table tennis coaching certificate and have a valid working with children check (WWC13900477E)

Customer Review

I first met Raman when he joined the Blacktown Workers Table Tennis Club approximately two years ago. I found him to be a very like-able and friendly young man. He greatly improved my forehand which disproves the theory “you can’t teach an old dog new tricks”. I am sure his approachable style of coaching would be suitable for both young and old.

My favorite stroke: Using my short pimple (backhand) and then attack with forehand

~Jeffrey Chen (79 year young)

ELLA

"Raman is a great teacher and taught us various techniques about Table Tennis. He also teaches us on footwork so that we can cover the table and return all the balls easily. He also makes us watch video of top players so that learn from them too. Raman makes the session fun.”

SERGEI STENKOV

"The coach is one of the best players known to me personally and certainly with the best attitude for the sport and the passion for sharing his skills. Raman’s game strategies are marvelous. All about making your mind strong especially for the deciding moments during the game. When to take a break, go for a kill shot etc."

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